Posts Tagged ‘rules’

Etiquette rules

19 January 2018

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Proper etiquette for all occasions

via THE SPRUCE

“Do you ever have to stop and think about what fork to use after the salad arrives during a dinner party? Have you ever wondered what is expected of you when you’re a weekend guest in someone’s home? You want to do the right thing, but you’re not sure what that is.

There are more bad manners and social faux pas than ever, so it’s easy to be confused about what’s socially acceptable. Many of the correct behaviors people once considered common sense have gotten lost in the swirling wind of bad advice, outdated manners rules, and social media that makes it too easy to slip up and be rude.” (…)

Read the whole text below:

https://www.thespruce.com/social-etiquette-tips-1216646

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10 quick and easy manners tips (Debby Mayne)

https://tinyurl.com/y9vesw7e

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Two reminders: stuff, attendance and attitude

20 October 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

See these 2 reminders on stuff, attendance and attitude linked via ilovePDF_ and @SlideShare (@LinkedIn). Extracts from both documents below:

 

Documents and stuff for the student

Hoja del Alumno

Normas de asistencia y justificantes

Cuaderno de clase: condiciones

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Notebook (cuaderno de clase)

Reminders (recordatorios)

Parallel Papers (trimestrales)

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Dictionary of English language (bilingual)

Handouts (fotocopias sueltas)

Worksheets

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Vocabulary lists (wordlist)

Verb lists

Password to Aula Virtual

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MP3 player for audios

Textbook

Workbook

Readers

http://tinyurl.com/ybw5bj4t

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ASISTENCIA ACTIVA EN EL AULA

asistencia a clase (6 puntos).-La asistencia a clase es obligatoria. Un alumno que falta a clase pierde lo más importante: la clase. El trabajo del profesor, su explicación y la práctica del alumno, la evaluación, las pruebas, las dudas, la interacción entre los alumnos y el profesor, la interacción entre los alumnos, los ejercicios realizados en clase, las tareas. Esto es lo que de verdad importa.

puntos positivos por asistir a clase activamente.-Cada día que un alumno asiste a clase, trae el material exigible en un centro educativo (libros, cuadernos, bolígrafo, lápiz, diccionario), se comporta de forma correcta y participa activamente recibe un punto positivo por asistencia. En caso contrario, el profesor no premiará su asistencia con un positivo. El total de puntos por este concepto suma 6 puntos por trimestre.

Un trimestre es evaluado de 0 a 100 puntos. En el apartado de ACTITUD se incluye la asistencia y las intervenciones del alumno en el aula

http://tinyurl.com/y7nrdtmm

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The rules to always being a gentleman

28 September 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Rules and regulations of a Latin teacher

24 June 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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A Latin teacher in an American High School has written this set of rules and regulations for  her classes. She signs up her work as Magistra Schneider. This teacher of Latin works at Seymour High School (San Antonio, Texas; USA)

See an excerpt here:

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“The Rules!!

1.Let your behavior show that you respect yourself and others at all times.
2.Immerse yourself in the moment and give this class your full attention and energy.

3.Follow all the regulations and procedures for this class.

4.In order to receive full credit on any original assignment, turn your work in on time regardless of any absences.” 

SMALL GLOSSARY OF WORDS

bulla, ae.amulet (amuleto)

dismiss (v).let go out (dejar salir)

assignment.task (tarea)

inceptio.contract, start (contrato, inicio)

cheat(v).copy, not original (copiar, hacer trampa)

gum.chewing gum (chicle)

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There is a six page PDF below:

via #PDF  #mypublicfiles

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/24/rules-at-seymour-h-s-6pp/

Magistra Schneider, [@Magdbs]

Stuff, documents and tools for the student

15 May 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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A presentation of stuff, documents and tools for the students via @SlideShare (25 pages)

English language 1

http://tinyurl.com/zluc8hh

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Or if you prefer, a PDF via PDF-Archive.com

https://document.li/79r2

Rules in the examination room for teachers

26 March 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Sign in paper -signatures (attendance) & call the register

Keys- 1 exam paper

Marks on the paper (every exercise shows its value)

Date on board

Mobile phones off

Silence

Timing: everybody hands in the paper at the same time

Keep a copy of the test, control or exam in dropbox

THEAFTEREXAMPAGE

Do not allow late exams in case the test counts 10 marks or fewer marks

Only allow late controls (20 marks) or exams (30 marks or more) if the student makes an apology and has a good reason supported by an official excuse

Just in case someone finishes before time, provide him with extra work (task)

 

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Download and print a hard copy here:

#PDF

https://document.li/wtG4

You are made male by birth…

24 February 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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The rule of getting 2 vowels for a fly

8 November 2015

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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When we conjugate the 3rd person singular of the present simple tense of verbs ending in -y sometimes we wonder why the English drop the final -y and add an -i plus -es and some other times they just add a -s.

This is my rule: get 2 vowels for a fly. I will show this by means of an example:
We conjugate the present simple tense in the affirmative form of to MARRY like this:
I marry, you marry, she marries, we marry, you marry, they marry.

MARR-Y only has a vowel (considering the semivowel -y a vowel itself). According to the rule we must get 2 vowels, therefore we drop the -y and add -i plus -es. The result is: marries. (You can count up to 2 vowels) Otherwise that would be marrys which is not real English.

Take now the present simple tense in the affirmative of to PLAY like this:
I play, you play, she plays, we play, you play, they play
PLAY-S has got 2 vowels so there must not be any dropping of vowels.

Rebel

27 September 2014

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

rebelde

via Peter (aka @Pietros1)


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